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Our training will help you run more effective management systems and enjoy real business benefits including improved quality, greater efficiency and higher customer satisfaction.
We ensure and verify that management system is in compliance and the actions taken to meet the quality objectives of the organization are suitable with the relevant ISO standard.
We guarantee that the management system comply with the requirements of the applicable standards and meet the market that you have an effective system built in your organization.
ISO Certification Faq’s
ISO 9001 is one of the international standards that specify the requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Companies utilize ISO 9001:2015 standard to prove their worth to consistently provide services and products that satisfy the customer and regulatory requirements.
Most of the ISO certification bodies commission the cost mainly based on 2 things: 1. level of risk associated with the scope of services and 2. the number of employees in your company. There is a fee scale set by each ISO certifying body. Certification fees can vary from a low of around ₹50,000 for the first year in the three-year ISO compliance cycle.
1. Learn the ISO standard.
2. Implement and document standard policies.
3. Get reviewed by a lead auditor.
4. Receive the certification.
The main aim of the ISO 9001 standard is to implement a solid and functional Quality Management System for developing and monitoring all areas of your business. Through implementing an efficient and robust Quality Management System (QMS) will aid you to focus on the major areas of your business and increasing efficiency.
ISO Certificates are issued by certification bodies (also called Registrars or CB’s), which are independent of ISO. Certification Bodies need to be accredited by an IAF member (Accreditation Body) to be internationally recognized.
The implementation duration may vary from organization to organization depending on organization size(no. of employees). For example Organizations of up to 10 employees may take up to 1 month. Whereas employees up to 50 numbers may take 3 to 6 months.
No, a person cannot be certified to ISO 9001, rather an organization becomes certified. However, individuals can become an ISO 9001 Certified Lead Auditor after taking an ISO training course. This allows an individual to audit other organizations.
The purpose of ISO 9001 certification is to embed a quality management system within an organization for increasing productivity, overcoming needless costs, and ensuring the quality of products and processes. ISO 9001 is a quality management system standard that performs guidelines designed to enhance business efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Most organizations can attain certification within 3 to 6 months depending on their size and complexity with proper training and a good knowledge of what is required for ISO certification.
With members in 162 countries and 788 technical bodies for standard development, International Organization for Standardization has written more than 21,584 ISO standards.
• Quality Manual.
• Quality Policy.
• Quality Objectives.
• Quality Records.
• Six Procedures.
1. Control of Documents (4.2.3)
2. Control of Records (4.2.4)
3. Internal Audit (8.2.2)
4. Control of Nonconforming Product (8.3)
5. Corrective Action (8.5.2)
6. Preventive Action (8.5.3)
Through internal auditing, the top management can evaluate how well the QMS is implemented and working. The ultimate step in ISO 9001 certification is to conduct a full internal audit in order to verify that the QMS is placed effectively.
ISO 9001:2015 certification standard specifies requirements to plan, establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain, and continually improve a documented management system used to manage quality.
ISI means bureau of Indian Standards. BIS mark in the product is an example of this standard, this quality mark in the product means, it adheres with all the safety and statutory regulations that are applicable for that product.
Whereas ISO represents International standards, It aims at quality upliftment and improvement.
• Normative References.
• Terms and Definitions.
• Context of the Organization.
• Performance Evaluation